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aidm~out.Garolina.. [trust, ho wever, thil
is not the case with our Bank; but 'ood oi
9hRd'weifuit know-i, and I caqonceive
b siiit reaion whyhe names andiia
- lities: of its varfots cicer-i well 0!
- .iibers ofr tbe eislature, gho inot be
V A. HARRIS.
- "7 For Ih Advertiser.
SAN AreEL, Mexico, April 2, 1848.
eSitf1Iia v6' 'deternined to write
on ofteneriand, always give you such
- Items 'of news as I can catch just before
* hel-niailleaves hr
The Treaty-has just reached here froim
Washington, ratified, I understand, in all
A ls principal provisions. I am unable tc
- bay,.at present, how it will be received by
l'3h6 ezkans. I fear the worst, for the
pifties' have alreidy heguu' to leave
'iueretaro because "their patriotism will
L :' Wbtalliow them to vote for a peace." It
s said by -some, that it will be in Maybe.
ore their Corigress will gelt;a quorum fot
biness. Such being the cae, no human
- reuight can tell, the result of affairs here.
qotr Another President is shottly to be elected
- tono, and jt may be possible,, for the wai
party to run in- their candidate. but I do
tat tbiak'it probable. -It a fair election.
dont not the. peace party would ..tri',
lir aough they are afraid to act to
ny purpose..even with a matjority, on ac
count of the ie-inlutionary spirit that per
vades try. They may not have
trea desireto act, and their seeming dis
piion'for pwac may be a mere trick to
aiuntime o'reorgauize their forces for an
thervjinigi 'should he ~iurirised at
-tbiUg ar&"exicaa would do." I shall
-i iearmorgin. a few day,' and you" shall
The American tioops, except a suficient
guard, leave the city to-day, to allow it tar
-hold -- ts elections unawed and-undisturb
'd'accrding to an article of the armistice.
Soib'a p''s6ns ['have dpokeu to anticipate
'ii 'considerable disturhance between the
~'d 'snkeleaeieais aindRobbersseombined,
e' a dr straggidg seidifers 'but I presume
% the:eneral:;tt-commad will take precau
i ,tosary measures to. keep 'all stragglers in
qu ~toers to.day.. Tbe troops are too near
ieh city to nfford much. chance for ea ir
surrection, or forany extensive conibina
(idn of the inhabitants. .
"rhe" C rt.ofr inquiry in' the case of
4eteiims utt,Pillow and others, is still
:;'iisession.TIh'ere is . much sympathy felt
*--here for GenI Scott. Aid" is oppressid by
disease..and he' believes he is 'stricken
4io*a by thihsnd of power. iTh reeling
begis tobe earnest, on both sides. .1
should not be surprised if Ge.'. Scott were
6~ ~ ~ ~ ~~3 . Pwpdn. '_feegstis
forhesarnaa of henota-md(spotless an.
tegrity. . a. ~
-71 i~~ ntisfread'.thiswhoe poceedings of
thieoidthei Osfiitpecificaitions and'
all$'You~.willlththem aeres ing;fr
-h at last, .oecupes a
large spac'ea e eyes uf the uhrld, ai
he present e 1 -' SA LUDA.
-~ - :i h a . rite' islfr n
-toofTftre~g xibited4,y onreeitiz~ns
er'-iming eznsotiveu lby i easeu
ited;adbu&'will"flai tiam .to corroa
,.pa klhahose of' his~1rire coruiyhions,
~sses~e4 ofga:4etion:o 'his cohity
~ bthsor norna ssaara .predomnineat
- artr' nsirdij..,Crooker
ogtg sttaei England.. .When
- Aeaeqisiin was miade by the President
-4oihe tn o'eMdi~ngo she 'war with
- eassilatatuatdshis fit)-dr' in the atnack'
ppnSacketts:Hartfor, he braveif depped
S(rgarilling1 tojeopardhize ' his Jife-ia re
eth .polng the eneronchment. or anr .enemy
wh o.toprosecute iheir~seemes ol injtus
ci'e, violated the law~s of, nd .ad man.
~ Coaspicuous from, his earliest yothI tor
ea.'anity and jeistlstia jf disposition, hte
a drew around him thosenwhe possessed in
unisonwiths hiinself those 'charaeteristic
~.vrtues..fore which he was so'emineotly
Sdistigguished. No-one, fromi what we
a igen. able. to ascertnin, executed' wifih
orptromlptnessithie oerous~deties of th~e
Famp,'and endeavored more to sustain the
't'is40llied"reputation of The Cornpany . to
h~wich he belonged. Anjy violation-no
~isttethow small'orfee" restrictions im
Ti~fbeidr--thebetter eduriu: of peace anid
MA harmoyamo~g ae'Aldier. 'ho .re proba
~ ed as deleterious. -
Delsirous, no doubt, conjointly with the
' .manpy,Ioestablisforthemnselves, a re
,ptatsou,. which for correct ness, both as to
morals anid fepiiveness in a milit ary
omaihf v'ietv,4.rldprecludle the neces-.
-'t'siy df thosevegid measures often tesort
krd to byicommaianats' esirain- the~li
cenntousness so freqet-ly prevalest, more
especially among volu nteer soldiers, tmade
him studious 'to' avoid' "everything that
o wsnd in the least derogate: (rom 'iheir
svan~ding amzong those who regarded thetsa
~#with-ajealone.eye. Being a'-residenat of
'.Edgefield, his .injerest- identified with that
of ours. made it a sorce 'of moraification
- o his friemi's andi relativres to see so little
undor doee'ia r~sgect to his 'memory
N~ otbing so deeply'-wounds our prid" as
~wien conscious of hatin~g dooe all that is
e~within our power for the accomplishment
-r.of any purpose, and more especially wheti
arwe see on the part of those who are ren..
dered doubly dear to tss b~y the ties dfcon.
sanguinity, every epergy" employed for
1ne'irtheance of anydesig that pertains
a" to thie e'ommnon interest'of our country, to
'"*rocette-cserydny assa'rane eistier by
ihur'oolker word, that 'our moiiies'[11av4' not
>o been duly''appreciated. itead' of en
~:couraging us to redouble our eff'orts-n*-ali
fedable purposes;, it is'calcatedtodainp"
,. ''eu.and repress the noler aspiratiuns' of
he-sets.,- .A fter having passed .untarnish~
~throughi-the awful tragedy enacted' on'
-i- plaiins~of'Churubusco, aend thie tiore
uinavy'sattadk' upon Chapiultepec-'
4-* deiibe'nio 'the very point 'of
- atmilngtalh'hat his'ardent and impassion
denu&r. is. roe .a..i.a .,i~b the.
ruthless hand -ofideath from amongst tiis
The child of fate- he was not destined to
paicipate in those irresistiile eirusions of
joy ihat burst forti spontauenusly roun :Je
lips of tiose who survive'd the atstackupos'
the Garita. Those with .whom his arm
had been lifted-with whom his blood had"
.been shed. Mark the meluancholi'dratl
See, as unconsciously folded in-the ie -
arms fdeath, the gallant forms o'Ur -b
er. Goode, IBlocker and" Martin lie cold
and inaniiuate-they -sleeg he sleep *qf
death, whilst around 'theint i .Ipeans of
those who'survive the dreadful carnage,
like the rushing winds, arise 'and are
borne aloft upon the bosom of the breeze,
until- with undulating sound they grad
ually die away idi the distance. .Thus,
when buoyant with hope, his imagination
dazzled by the prospectsso lavishly spread
before him;-wrapped as if were in the l-.
lusions that rate had so deceitfully thrown
around him, fa'lithe brave and generods
CROOKER. defending to his ut.inost the
honor of his country. He died as did Le
outdas, amid the joyous 'alimations of
victory; hequeathing 'to his hert stricken
mother and:disnusblate retatives a legacy
"Are there 'no te.rs of pitty then,
Forthoise whobravely ie.
In hiaor's glorioiscaitse, and when
Castitian azans defy.
tl ARMNt BOY.
An American in Paris, writing to the
New York Tritine, says
But now Qze thing more: befiere 3 nonihs
haieIgon , a hall haAve Mr. - Either Ger
mauy ivill be a republic, and the Rus
sia will make war against Germany and
France; or Germany will- remain inonar
chical. and ihe' war will he waged by Rus.
sin, England ail Germany, agai nst
Fs auce. One of the'i wo is inevitable.
In Greensboro.-tla., on Wednesday eveninw
26th tilt., bp thei Rev. Mr. S.:elman. Mr. A l)
ner P. Blocker of Mobile, forriny of this Dis.
trict. to Miss Coroelia R. Murphy. daughter of
the late Judge Murphy, of Greene county,
Departed this lire. on Sunday night, the 30L h
tit.,. at Mdnticello,.Ga., on his return from
the indian Springs; whitherrhe hitd gone in
the va in hope of-restoring his health. H-inty
Kiso McCLsTocx, io the 61st yearol lips age.
The deceased was a native or Providence,
Rhode Island, and gemigrated to-the South in
1819. His education atdi taste eminently qua
hfied'hin' for'the arduo'us duti'es'ol' teachint
youth 'a'ndt hie devoted some'26 years of his
life at the South to this noble employment, first
at.3t. Marys 'a in Georgia,, then at Edgefield
and. Pendletnn, in South Caroliin, at Qnin c
Florida, atColumbus.Ga.. at Witerborou
S. C., rtiLagain at Edgifield :in-.Decemher
1844-friun whpAin twseath-li sthe
Rector'offlet E :i~~ A Iaemy. ;Withthe
sxceptiit ISMto '.WA dell',- 'r.
[i4ha instirnctedismotepvpilas )reparattary
u.collegi tesceurse, -tianlyetker man- ii.te
S tte ,pand't vith wiatsecegs rhojaboted .i
1 - f ,.wtu.itlunueuus0 Usttag .Wn
cetify-a idiihIi t i e-fu
~i rat. r U y o
hadh heau laid tihffoitlIizolfs otiesfulness:
The qualities of theadeceased.nsi Si afP
a-.gemenuan.-- were a. ngh order ; Thni
who, knew him' tumtely.- wxll remember
with' ielatncholy pleadire his unsop~histicatedt
frankes; his confiding frienudship, ati his so
cmi habits. Fe~wimen piossessed mteeeof the
mtile of hiuman kihiadnes4 , or less of that aa ig
nity of heurt that never forgives an offenice, or
forgets a fanir. In his intercoutrse' with the
world, .he exhibited a strong sends~ of j:s
unre by -conforminig to those rnhht of con
dact owmnprehuended in the one word "char
ity." Though. not a member of any comman
-men, he was a churchmnan in principle, and
freely conni-ibated his wite in: support oh the
Gospel. In the progress of the disease to which
aefell n'vibtim', he became greatij concerned
aboia: the fiatirre; and. as l4s mind was gradu
.ally awakened to tlie momnebtouis truths of Eter
nity, his apprehensionas-seem to have givent
~w-y to aii omtburst of devotion and thtanks
givintg for the continued forherarance ,and loy
ing kindness of that Being. who lad yet spared
:jim as-a mnaumetnt of :nerc3. The frienad
who writes this po'dr tribute to his memr-y,
who las knowna him for 23 years,. anod has
spent many pletasant days iu his company,
gladly avai a himself of' the priVilege~ of pub
lishinig the following eatrakt of n sletter writ
ten aiuly eleven dhays before his dheath, as ei
dence of the profond- sense of bist obligations
to Gotd for his piast blessings, and if lys de
pendance on Him for future happiness.
"And now, may dear wife, let us..initetiy of-s
fer uap to the Great G~iver of all good, our
thanks for 1he past as wvell ast'he 'present in
stances of his bounty iiya' kindness: to us. in~
aparing me thius far, not onilymy buady, but I
truist miy-Sord.s it ncotparabsly miore preciouis.
If the review of the past does not quaickenrrall
the deadl energies of my .sni, I must despair.
Oji! the hap piness -of'hiowiti down in .holy
comamunion with yon on mny returan, .foflering
up tl'e feeble yet fervent prayeas of one so sig
nally blessed, and offining my dear'-thristiaii
wife at the altar of prayeb! Let the shoit' 'resi
due of my profitless -life be redeeinedh by the
greater exertinis and labois ini tha *lieyard
of my Master.1
A devoted wife, an intercating famaily ofchil,
dren, a broi-.ea and two sisters. ind a large cit
ele of' friends mourt his dheath'; hut let the be
reaved wife and-inother take conusolation in the
assurance that God will protect the widow and
the orpha6, and shed around them his chois
est blessings. . ..-- . A FateD.
lWE are anthuorised to .announce DANs
IEL, HOLA.ND, -Eaq., as a candidate for re.
electioa to a seat in the Honae of Dlegites.
The friends ofMa.JOfN T -l'IS n
. ounce hi. as a'canhdatefoasetith
House of Repreen foresa ah eatin e
tion. May 3 attectin ee
Tile friends of Dre JOH N LAKE unrmounce
him as a Candidate for a Beat in the Houae ef
Representatives, at the ensuias election.
March 14 tf 8
'UThe friends of Maj. AB1AI'- AM JONE8
annoncie him us a carididate for re f~ection to
(. 7NWe are authorised to announcb B.
C-vYANCENEtiqr. as aV eaididafe'or a
sear in'th'e House -of R-presentauves at
the ensuing electton
M4arch.29 to 1D
e e g deal;
rWsAl. t vs ares/e'F
ie aiior'itfd werefas well j.
may chanceto reaj i p asu A
11n.ay native - pa,
for.theoprpae iof settin Dr J ' W
true hibt.. before ?the piublic,-1l1ftfr :)1
not be derivad,by him ashav-henq
It~nsathe bnitsh#e -o ,i i!
1iat ater wa sexposed to the p:*v: *_
the allt F.dgefiehi C1 jitin wh e sqcha
ged with having enter-ed'the beamb ber a,
youne Lily 'at a~1ate h na';
aailtevlntenti'onf- dIe?';"-11 had irir ii
make such charges-:audlaith'e-most baid
.degotded.lavitch be-pod-giilty bfoire'lr
demned, Ithall,. after the testimony o~aM ivrW
.iessir .Aw .n his case,. and Yill hold.. hiih A
the saidia 4t that wellf:unded .rinciplh
law and public setittinent, meritione'd iuo
coinntuiication.i that all persons are cons
ered iranaeent unji proVe.hifij.", 'That Id
he; ..Law-now to thet testiinonf. M-. E.
Hprman,, quite a.reapectable man-testifi'ai
fqllows; --, :. .
I do certify. that Dr. Gorge. Spires did en
ter the-beld ruoiii of a young lady at ny bioise,
iI11'd'l Ck t night. [heard tie doorf i
t11e r'noiripei, oi shit eaily-I went to an
f *n door closed-fopeied it anl we'ri
li iies than~ ei 'minuties. aft r I- heardt
'nois it.the dobr. found- Spiestin the rom oil'
his hands and kne-es, at-the bed'side: of the
young-lady;. when I opened ai door, he
sprang.l q.his feet-I deaniled tolknow. who
he was; lie whis6red I'H nsh,.hush, come here,:
come' here:" flie be 'an. to -ecuse. himielf,,
when asked asked Wlit 6' h uva doinig on his
hatids anad kn-es, rt dielled side-t - id 'wlien
theApor opened, 'he 6as- nfraid nind tried .io.
;hidd-himself-he wished the mattr droppsd&
tight there'aid said no more abour.rbeged
like a-negro in..the most-piteous tones-oer
-ed toget on his knees, and said he .would give:
his horse and buggy if-tlie thing had never,
happened. E. HARMON.
Lineh.County, Ga. Apuji 29tl,Jd8.
Comnuieni o such timony ism nnecessiry.
yet I will ask.the reift if Dr. Spires was on
an honest errand' s lesates, why didh'wish
to hide hiniself, anw whfy fitsten- the deo afle
him? Ileave'pror.b-to jud@ whether aif
other tlan the guilty offender would; startle att
every- sound, dodge at every image and trytO
hide on every-approach?: .
To shui with what andacipusi ef'roetery
Dr Spires can .Lit:J a tiing.to- ie act,. wheu,
he is well awire it is fahe11 iill'live thp ceri
rificate f F.- F. Fleing E . a- irespe'tabli
Merchantand Postmaster. ricolitounin reu
gard to his itatement of his putting himseli-ii,
in the way' ofiRobertrHenderson-at-Lincolnii.
aid Hendorsoneevading hMiini, and .sneii8
about th.streets,.rc.;-as .f. lo 1
Ido certify, that having been calledo y
Robert HendersonuEFIg. the previons eveing,
to remami athome to witniess what nghtpa
'be 'ven urnimind Ifr.' 3rs'p' nlae iy'
selfin':a lavrnbp e pdiiion for that'purplioe e
snw rHenderson wiea'he camne zth'e villae1
Spires sawahim a.e Iam-prqty -r.p
on ithereaffeaDr. Spjres spp
wsnt seep by.he oli"e~ li
Nowv, it is pred 'ti . dence. aUO
s ni else o it cnecei nirp de
rh.ii mI ~ h 4 ore A
re'nIt itiin 6riiU pot 'm
kniow theis zidrtaiiiblir'an-bisntm
tohse; for he.an ke h'imIil ei
leIndianNatiorf1:siasy-as in fliad'
Lincoln, and like the rmalicians adderiesii'Neeld"
hiispoison in sth plain aiid e~tire to his'moun..
ain cell.J A .i now done -with.Q- .Spires,'
aid'shali'mgtlionier hitm with -any, futher. nso,
ihe ; I'lfhnow him, to be a.gnaihty man Ihis,,conn
scieuici be'arlongi iIness to thi'fact ; 'ud I pray
Gud that it may hainet'Tim throgh everV,!anei
milis life, until be shall be brought to an evans
;elical repentance and faith in 'the Lord' Jesus'f
C'hrist, andl that thitough, the Blood of Atone'
iaent. he .may be. abhe~to reform his life and.
ihar):e his course, that he may have.Heaven in.
:heend, and escapeHehl, the .phacehe so riche
ysand jissily mieritu.' H'UGH HIENDERSON.
Linanolnton, Ga., A pril 29th, 1848.
SE LLINVG UFF' AT REDUCE D PRICES.
: A1'THE. ORIOI'AZ, CBEAP CA51I STORE.
UNconsequence-of thmeiuncomnmon h'ardness.
-tof the-tiines, arid the-unparalleledl scarcity,
'if moneyr the Subscriber has determined ia eell
uis Goods at .prices greatly -uInced. Haviig
>ong~hit his stock in. New York andi Philadelw'
phiia. wvheii Goods were low, he fesls confident
:hat he can selhl them as. low at the.:fiinces~ at'
which he now .offers them as any establish.
'lent which professes to. sell at'Colt.
A moug his weii seleetZed Stock, may be fond'
lairge assortment of fancjv and white'Muzsin;
:tdored Lawns, Baiege's, cofared whiis dain.
aric, from-124 per yard to 'higher,' large' andl
'mall fancy ehiawis, cravats, kid "neit, and a
large varidiy of cotton gloves and mitts, cali
:oes'n ad ,domestics oif all kinuds,, ladies and
misses bonnets,. (latest Northern style,)..u.ib..
lame, w~reathes,'iBowers, and a flaij asuorteet
if silks ginghias, and cotten parasols andI par.
Miletta 'from 3]} lhigher, linen icazsbric, hiki'.
a Iar Sil'op higher, and as-considerahle 'a a'
riy of oilher articles as may be fouiid id' any
othem establishment.' .
Gold finger r'n a, breast pins. eair rings d
and Silver penCils (all warranied) poicket a.
hiowie. dirks Rough .and Ready',and Bdienn
Vista knives, piatols, :spore. carriqge*:fthi,.
sinid a splendid assortment of sin'le and don..
ble lined violins~ and accordeons.
. Suigati:. coffen, molasses, maciikerell lini'
oil. ierm anid tallow cailleis mediicins 'iaahi
rains ginsger,'pepper and spices All of witich7
wilbe sold as cheap as at' the cheapest estab!m.
-The largest and' best assoritunst evae- fet
ih tiris markets coasistioig itn .pro resanif'
Irock coas: vests,s pantsr.ihtu tsipen'ders
cravats,&c..'. . da ..4.i
"T leacll~d09kat ItsgosbIrev
rehlsi 'esml6 6dra. tlaki.
-The friensof Col.W
anenoince him si Car
the Hoief -snhis
'G" W'$e uthoried to o eis~.
HARRY ~r,asauandidite for scat, ih'
lahrusare 9-..:m r e.
* eMariire . etresa
etiofthis eLodge asl
OIN: LYON -ec.
104s 5 -63
u0i - 61 25
o i nl
tu i 8en 301 t
- 12M 31
. piW. .s 25
ed aiCh ' e 48.-:
2i-iin-25 31 -
d rad5 et 22d5.6
- 0 1 0 25
dif Ch en 4 50o 7
-1 00 1 25
S~aodo' 50 . &0
-pK ; 814 0 - - 00
io- tne 2 50 , , 50ckry
d 20 5 25
aff r 5 3 1 4 o12
d~~i o 1 0o1 18 5 o 7
f wc:e Drug
r eiqa for fantteen days
pr ces must be resnmed.
-F EA D"UARTERS,
0 pril 1848.
Mdl-f2 . ay next,
e ersr" toof "the
~1h~n''arf 200o d 3natoti
'pt a ee tfo foueedis
on -r0M ar ee
* A~~1zLL ~I~Arl18.
sun y sk,( Mae
ne ~ sbeb~:Og p perty u, n~
bi1le~o lisidat'iv ns oani.
Ri igflrde'fTo y
fivetsidll "i f mrsiless andr a Fon
J*I ?0sib~ slizAbet eer, \VceV.
GeigeriiieWi.ai o othPrrs and
otiesNiteN e. ie'tract of..land
whe'reoniHhte en~jdant* lies. cani aiine
fit es i-wed adjoininre
~~Dilafid WiseJoh*n Maa andli
eohn ll~h Owiis:V foraon.Ads s
Chnii. (neit s hn me thes theoin
ner l iif he Marat and lnand,
B 'i 1 :f ie s , i nailis,
Pi 'tI TP~ e rideilesd aucnda.jin
~ SamueIl Eor, *Ster.in.
21iAy Goae.ri n
~Jn aso b dyp~s oela adimi
selatCut some'o the fi rst~'i
Mdnda n 6Yi xtaa thraand linguino
by l la~ ima nr.Winah, Willker
P'ai~up~~l~eey. ranch ed nd Filly
fiSYeI 'h s'onaaei o
Jaied iAipl of-Jnuaro188l
for bcrd..~it if rtJSur
~~ rrttm John e-bon, asr. Ona
Monday in a ~et he Prmds- leis-n inth
nh e Eg atirchae&d ituey Coit
F~ehe4, it- ,~deiiav and ofEl8..
Be(fi n i&b odo a' idite or
~J~50~. r.&iheborofd. Cpesonl
0 ~ -the urohae moe Cost
I3I~bE n bLs deands
VI-HPa S b'eribeide ctiill-infoinis h
.AI.- friends and th's pnblic, thet hi has latel
purchased this'*ell kn ri - HOTEL; (ortileiil
keptkby Messrs. Glover aid Brlt. . The hoise
haserecently-undergone considerable impro've
mtents and.everything put in t1e finest ordel
and 'co'venience foi ilip comfortof perianeft
and transiert, b-barders. His Table wiil be
funished with the best thlat the country wil
.His Bar, will also, be furnished with thi
best of Liquors. And his Stable b'untifully
supplied with good. wholesome provender, and
esnducted by attentive Oslers
- The Proprietor solicits a share of public
attonage, as he can .assre all, that .it will be
his'-atiest endeavors to give satisfactioi. is
April 26 4 14
SMTATE OF SOUTH CARIAINA
B JOHN HI ILL, .Esq., Ordiea-y of
Edgefteld District% S'
Whereas Jas.- G. 0. Wilkerson, hath Np!
plied to me for leters of administratiotin
on all and singular the goods aqd. chattles
rights auid credits of Beverly M. Rodgers,
late of the -District aforesaid, dec'd.
These are,. iherefore. to cite and admon
ish all.and singular, the kindred and credit
tors'of~the said deceased. to be-and appear
before me, at -onr next Ordinary's Court
for the said Disti ict. to be holden at Edge
field Court 11ouse on the 22d -day- oJ
May inst., to.show .cause,'if any, why
the said- administration should not be.
Given under my hand and seal,tthis 4th
day of May in the year of our Lord
one .thousand eight hundred and for:y
eight and in the seventy-second year of
JOHN ilILL, o. D.
May 10, 2 16
New and Fashionable
SP R ING GO0 DS.
W l. H. Clane has just received a large
and benatiful nssorittent of Spring
Gnnds; consistitng in part of. Rich Plaid and
Figntred Tissue Silks.
Plain. Figured ind .Embroid. Bereges,
Rich Plaid Grenedines,
Rich Plaid Mandni-nes; new & beautiful,
Rich Plaid Sylphide, -
Plaid & Fig. OrgandA Mushis,
Rich Plnid Ponipodore, do
/ Linen Ginghams; plaid and solid colors,
Plain Satin striped and plain Black Silk;
Rich Colored. Silk,
-..Musltn (es aind Collars,
Black V aceVisites. -
D-r erege Muslin and [Luce Scarfs.
Be , Crape and E. Muslin ShawLq
,I*es'aid Gente.kid silk e he' ad
Ua.7tqr ild Li~~ .: --
(ntas erd lgher wit @,es varet41i
~ireceallng weekly suppes yale.nst
dund Itfatter myself will enable mue tg maketj.
on visiting the city.ogive me isccall before pi' r
chasing e lsewhere.
Augnsta, April26, '3tw ' 14
-Dr'ugs and Biedicines
Castor Oil, - Balsam nf. Wild ( herry,
.Sweet do. Marshall's Sarsaparia
Train do., Preston's Ex. Leqion,
British Oil.- Henry's Magnesi
Seidtitz Pow. 4 L.ump - do.'
Soda do. Venetian Read,,
Car. [ndigo Spanish Brown, -
Span. Float do. Alum. Glne.
Castile Sosp, Saltpetre, Ep. Salts,
. Fancy do. Creami Tartar,
Black Snuf, Sep. C'arh. Sodan,
Scotee do. *Gum Arabic,
Sfinger Mustard, Liedrico Root,
-BI. Blue & Rd. Extracts &c.
Ink, Lem~on Syrup
Just rcceived and for sale by. -
CL&AS. A MEIGS.
-April 26, - tf f4.
Wool mn the Seed.
THE Subscribers are prepare'd to Card
Ewool it the best possible'uiinner fo Toll'
or Cash. at ci:tamtury rates, and a'olicit a sliore
of the piublic liatronage heretofor'esn liberally
bestowed, and will receive-lte Wo'ol without
barrinag or picking, wvithbout ainy. dditional
charge, at their old stand on'D'uncana's Cfeek,
8 tmiles eat of Lautrens C. IHI
.W. B 2HELDON'. SON.
May 2, . . 3m .t 15
The Abbevile Banner. EdgefielAdv~ertider',
Spartan anil PalnmettoState inuier, Will copy
3 montihs and chttrge accounts to this office.
Robert'Ohea-p Cash Store!
Sellin; off at Cost for One
3PLEINDID Mtaseovado'Suigar, 11 pounds
Nllasss sarne as la'a'. at 3Njets' a'gallon,
Con'ee 104-poide for $1;00,.
N: York crnastjed snga..8 pounds for $1,00,.
eatory Yarn, all umbers. 876 cts.,
eFoty Stripes' 10)4 ctq. a yatad, -
Seq~ ta' choicest brands, 25 to 50) cts a dozen.
Alt new Goods, and now in Store. and fur
sale by RL. S. ROBERTS.
, Mlay 2d - - tf - 15
Ofvery Little tfelps
110ewseguence of the great pressure, in mo.
'Er~ mstters,.I will attendlat Edgefiekl C. H.
on Mondfoy, 29th May, inst., for the.accoimmo-'
datknC of' pny who have made their 'Tax re
funn not :pe'dthey can meet.~te:on'that
day... QUATTLEBUM; ic.
Ma'yd 27 - 4t . '15'
A :LiOH struntg and neat Two- 'Horse
Bn roud~e, but lituld nsed, ir ~aile lw b
Ma 341 115
1.o Salt or Rent
H~ HOUSF/and ',OT formerly sncui
1.pied by S-, TomnpkinsE Apply
April 4 ft U
EDGERIELD COURT 'HOUSE; 9
Thi Subscribs risiectfully at
mie i noirnce to tiirir nifrarishinndf i
public genierally,.,tIitthiy have;
purc.'ased:fromMr'C. Ii. Good
man,.the.above numedfri nithd tommodions
House ihore.they r pitertaiall
who'ntaI dalu pod i''eW 'a.
'This L1bTiL-has ricently bdergone thor
ngh and'eitenaive repirs. ;ipnd its favorable r
Istioh, ingckher with*id dsniination on our
partthat -no effiartulisIlhelelired' to 6make it
emphaatically the4'S.TRANGERf$ HOUSE,
ledd us lo hope tiaiverillallimeit and receive
a liberal share of public patronage.
ARNS'TEAD BURT; .
. JOHNIC DOBY.
Apri 10,1848 - 12
T IiE. undersigned havi;ng disposed of hi
.3 entire interest ii the above named Hote
to-Me9srs. BURT & DOBY'takeshis oppor
tunity of returniing his sinceie thlis to his
friends and patrots, .for- the libeyal. patronage
which has been bestowed -upon- him for the
lst! few fears, -and also takes piasire-in re-,
rriendtin'g his iuccesors, to ihe raiorable
noties of'the traieellng oininriity. -
C. H. GOODMAN..
A ri1 12
A AptI 1t0 s'.2h..
. OErarO, April 17, 1848.
OREERS No.1. -
SlE Edgefleld Siqnadiron o. this Regiment
W will .appear atEdgefiieh C. House, oiA
Saturday the 20th May neit,- foi drill and re-%
'Otlicers and Non-Comm~msioned Officers.
will assemnble heda piviousi for drill and
The Abbefille Sqadron-of this Regiment
will appear at Abbeville 0. if.' d Saturday, -
the.3d ofJuimenet. (or drill and review.
Commissioned wed Non-Chnnuiiioned OfE
cers %vill assemblu the day previous fordrill and
inistrucetin. ,. . *
By order of CoL. Tnos. W. Lirnxj
G. ANNONi Ad'f".
The Abbevil Bann-er Is copy .tWice Ia
orward account to this Ofice. 1
Apri JS. 51 13
FO0R "WE NTH -ONI
will ofrF the- blie my present exten'.
give stock of- -
BOOTS. ANDY SHOES. ,
HARDWARE, BOOKS :AND
PARASOLS, CROCK.ERY ND LASS -
WARE, TIN.WAE ,,M0.fST.
T- 4C- SRTCLE.. - -
- . AND'CLOTR Pm
4T ,CROST, poiilio;foniepa |to
Those who is agaa--*bfie
Ti Jte.66 E:r h e rd
Aso fn 8ei~ok san o
- iha -
a and 7
A gnun ssorimeitf.Groceries'ud g as - -
Sugair,'Coffee, Molasses .auyi RiceY -..,
.Wilinainy'.irticles ton'tediosas -to;:iietion.
all of which will he sold -very chad*p for.Canb
or on tuine, to punctual cutor.C RA ,~
Api-il . BRYA - ''rA I2 '
Npr -pin iG 12d ---
T'3 H E Stabscribiers wouldF respectfdlfy-mn - .
..foirm their Customers and the 'Public. . -
'that they have just opnned ao unusually .large' *a'
Spriner &i. Summer .God. -
sobracing every variety -and siyle of ancy
ahd' DotnesticIDRY G00ODS. -~
Also,-a Complete Assortment of - -
Hlardware and Cntle:y-China, Glass and Ti n
Ware-Ihnts, Capis And -Bonnets-,Boots '* 3
.Shoes itadS~ippens4-Saddles, .Trunks
and Cai-pet Bags-Drugs, Paiiuis aid,
'eikons wishing OUiAP and Goon,.Articles
wilt d6' well'to dall,'.and pitrtioniarly thi6i who
who wish to 'pay. CA-. They shalL haue Bar- .-.
gdins.' We have also on hnnd ~'
'8,000 lhr Cnt Nails, ass'ted, from 4 to 40 de.
d2,0001bs Iron; assorted sizes.
'rues Nails~ and. Iron wvllt be sold at Factory
paes ~ias.GOODE & SULLIV AND . C *~
'April 4 l'-- .
STATE OE ISOUTH CA ROLINA
fN Tid COURT 0O. ORfDINA RY.
P>Y Oil I ilLU Eq ., Ordinary of
Xhereas John-:S. 'Ardis bath applied ton ' -
mc for' L e'iors of A dministration, on .all
ad -singular the goods and chattels, rights
and credi:t i)fChristopher W. A rdia, lat~.
'of the Dlirict, aforeenid, deaesed
These'are, therefore, to clie amid admni
ish-all and singular. the kindred amide'red -
ijors of the said decensed, to lie and'appear
hefore me, at ounr next Ordinary's Court
fdr the said District, to be hold'eii latEdge
fGeld Court Housp, on the 14th day'of May
-inst.-,- to. show--cause. 'if-ahyggvyiii the
said ardminist ration should'njt be traied.
.Given under my ha'nd antfsebild"histhd
-1st- -day-o"SMay; i6 the ja'e'afN' our
Liard one thiettnil eight hundred anc
furty-eigbf, and strthe-72d 'yeam of Afrner
can :lndepenaebco.- - hLL ~ D
U LI practice ma the Conrts of'Bamnweh- -' i
TVEdgefleld andOriingebnrg -*
Messrs B~m a & Bazwui-za Charleston
JOHn Bosas-rT, ffgeied C.- -i
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